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Voiced -- A Cappella Concert

Owen-Withee High School 832 W 3rd St Owen WI 54460
From Doo Wop to Lady Gaga and Motown to Jason Mraz, reVoiced is pure a cappella, and the group has been redefining the way people think about the genre. When you see them live, you won’t believe your ears! Starring five talented young men, several of which appeared on NBC’s hit show The Sing Off, reVoiced is the vocal quintet that will keep your “ears on their toes”. The members of reVoiced have performed at some of the most renowned venues in the world, and together, the group has electrified audiences on international cruise lines and performing arts centers across the country. Whether you’re 3 or 93, their incredible show is for you!
ReVoiced will be coming to Owen-Withee High School on September 21, 2014, as part of their Music in Schools Tour. The group will perform their full show for the general public at 7pm at the High School. ReVoiced will donate a portion of all ticket proceeds directly to the school choral program, so get your tickets now!
Tickets are only $7 for children 5 and under, $10 for students and $14 for adults at the door, but if you purchase early, you get $2 off! Tickets are available from any Owen-Withee choir student. You may also get tickets at the school office during school hours, by calling 715-229-2151 ext 291 and leaving a message, or emailing dswartz@owen-withee.k12.wi.us


Denise Swartz
715-229-2151 ext 291



Harvest of Harmony Cabaret

High School Gym, Colfax, Wi
LADIES BARBERSHOP SHOW
MUSIC SHE WROTE...."A Musical Mystery"..2:00 pm dessert &refreshments...5:15 pm soup and dessert dinner.

Leah Buerkle..715-556-3267
Chris Thome..715-456-1577
Pat Eggert..715-962-3903



Eliza's Toyes English Holidays

Heyde Center for the Arts, 3 South High Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Six of the singers from Eliza’s Toyes will help us celebrate the holiday season with a cappella English sacred music from the medieval period through early Renaissance music. They reinvigorate these ancient works with their lively performances and show that madrigals are fun! In the summer of 2005, a few singers in the Madison Early Music Festival decided to get together and delight themselves by singing madrigals. As a result the group, Eliza’s Toyes, was born, and continues to share this wonderful body of music. Website: www.toyes.info
Admission: adults $11, seniors $10, youth $5


Debra Johnson, Executive Director
715-726-9000
www.cvca.net